Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is urging the CDC to look into marijuana as a possible antidote to painkiller deaths.
DENVER (AP) -- Denver is starting work on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries.
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How good communications from your cannabis business can help advance the national dialogue on marijuana legalization.
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PRINCETON, N.J. -- A majority of Americans continue to say marijuana use should be legal in the United States, with 58% holding that view, tying the high point in Gallup's 46-year trend.
Fifty-six percent of Americans say the use of marijuana should be legal - a new high, and a slight increase from a year ago. Now just 36 percent think it should not be legal, down seven points from last year.
The share of Americans who favor legalizing the use of marijuana continues to increase. Today, 57% of U.S. adults say the use of marijuana should be made legal, while 37% say it should be illegal.
The players are investing in sharp packaging, refined logos, retail design and the talent to build on their progress.
The marijuana industry has a bone to pick with the media, and it involves beanies, tie-dye tees, and Sean Penn's iconic character, Jeff Spicoli.
Will the next president continue the federal government's increasingly mellow approach to marijuana? Or restart the drug war?
Firefighter and former Marine hopes to convince lawmakers to legalize medicinal use in Indiana.
Recent studies indicate that the drug is making seniors healthier and helping stem the tide of the opioid epidemic - all while making their health care cheaper.